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Office of Science and Technology general and directed solicitations (National Institute of Justice). Standards and Testing At present, there are no standards related to crime mapping technologies. Research and Development Efforts The Crime Mapping Research Center supports the development of analytic mapping in criminal justice agencies. One area of interest is the use of GIS to support multijurisdictional data sharing projects—Strategic Approaches to Community Safety Initiative (SACSI) and the Community, 47 A Resource Guide to Law Enforcement, Corrections, and Forensic Technologies Mapping, Planning, and Analysis for Safety Strategies (COMPASS) initiative.
01. September 2000. Establishes performance requirements and method of test for active handheld metal detectors used to find metal weapons and/or metal contraband carried by a person and/or concealed by a nonmetal object. 01. September 2000. Establishes performance requirements and methods of testing for active walk-through metal detectors used to find metal weapons and/or metal contraband carried on a person and/or concealed by a nonmetal object. 22 A Resource Guide to Law Enforcement, Corrections, and Forensic Technologies Research and Development Efforts NIJ, working with the Joint Program Steering Group, has initiated a program to develop safe, affordable, and, to the extent possible, inconspicuous systems that can detect weapons of all types and composition from a distance of at least 30 feet.
The system allows jurisdictions to share information on gangs through e-mail, nonsensitive documents, an investigative lead database, and a gang intelligence database. The equipment was provided and the training was developed under an NIJ grant to the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF). Sources of Further Information Contacts: ■ National Institute of Justice, Office of Science and Technology: 202–307–0645. ■ Joint Program Steering Group: 703–351–8719. org. ■ National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center–Northeast: 888–338–0584.